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# If you place an issue in a version, be sure you are ready to meet the scheduled date.
# When picking up an issue to work on that is assigned to a version, be sure you are ready to commit to the scheduled date.
# When resolving an issue (as fixed), make sure it has a "Fix Version" set that corresponds to the release branch for which the fix was merged
# When resolving an issue (as fixed), make sure it has a "Fix Version" set that corresponds to the release branch for which the fix was merged. Usually this means marking it as "Next Mini Release" or "Next Minor Release" and the release manager will then convert resolved (fixed) issues tagged to these versions to the actual release version (i.e. 1.11.4) when the release is tagged.
# Issues marked as "Duplicate", "Not an issue", "Won't fix", etc, should not be assigned a "Fix Version"
# All versions should have a target date listed when viewing the roadmap within a project.